by Jacob Yount Supplier motivation is invaluable in China importing. When sending the RFQ, here are 8 flags importers and buyers frequently wave that tell the supplier to “work for free”, thus quenching the fire of the supplier motivation.
Peter Zapf, Global Sources CIO, joined Seller Dojo recently for a podcast about China manufacturing. In it, he talked about what importers need to keep in mind when selecting China suppliers, the misconceptions buyers have about suppliers and how buyer/supplier communication is vital in ensuring product quality.
by Adam Gilbourne China is a massive opportunity for many Australian businesses. It’s the largest economy in the world; it’s still growing rapidly and, equally rapidly, it is opening up to overseas investment.
by Jacob Yount When sourcing new vendors, you may come across certain signs that raise flags concerning the vendor’s capabilities. Here is a brief list of signs, that although may look concerning, are not necessarily indications of a bad supplier.
by Mike Bellamy Cindy in Australia writes: I have seen some of your seminars which mention I should get the “Chop” on my POs (Purchase Orders). Now that I have my bilingual PO in place (thanks to your advice). How do I get the “Chop” on my PO? How does this work? At what stage […]